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Jung Hae In and Chae Soo Bin will work together for a new drama in 2020

Korean actor Jung Hae In and actress Chae Soo Bin will work together on a new drama on tvN that is set to air on 2020, titled “Half of Half”.

Korean actor Jung Hae In and actress Chae Soo Bin will work together on a new drama on tvN that is set to air on 2020, titled ‘Half of Half“.

“Half of Half” will be a romance drama that goes between an artificial intelligence (AI) programmer and a classical recording engineer.

Chae Soo Bin will take the role of ‘Han Seo Woo’, a classical recording engineer who never loses being positive despite of having problems, while Jung Hae In, on the other hand, is set to take the role of ‘Ha Won’, a good artificial intelligence (AI) programmer.

More details regarding the drama is expected to go out soon.

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On other news, Jung Hae In will visit Manila once again for his fan meeting at the New Frontier Theater this September 28. -HallyuLife.com

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